What programs to RIP DVD's

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  1. steelersmb

    steelersmb Well-Known Member
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    Just wondering what everyone is using to RIP DVD's. I saw the information about Handbrake but that seems like a lot of work and I don't mind paying for software. I am trying out Xilisoft DVD Ripper, they have a Blu-Ray version. I am testing it out now, but it is taking like 3 hours to RIP a Blu-Ray DVD. Is this normal?
     

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  2. ScorpDX

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    I use DVDFab. Mostly for the DVD-Mobile converting!

    They also have a Blu-Ray version too if that's what your needing. I don't use Blu-ray so I can't tell you a normal time frame.
     
  3. mak916

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  4. zombdroid

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    I have been using Corel's VideoStudio. The program is not just for video conversion though...it is a full video editing package. A free trial is available.
     
  5. IPvFletch

    IPvFletch Well-Known Member
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    I paid for a copy of Xilisoft and EVERY SINGLE DVD I convert has the audio offset by 1s or more. VERY ANNOYING esp. after paying $39!!
     
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